ESS standings after 2019 matches

Eric Shirley Shield holders KCB II will head into the new year on top of the log having amassed a total of 41 points in the last nine matches.

The defending Champions are yet to lose this season. They have drawn once and won eight matches played this season. The Bankers have scored 356 points and conceded 81  for a point difference of 275.

Kabras win over Menengai Oilers has helped them rise to position two on the log. It was their seven win of the season. They have lost and draw a match each this season. They have scored 319 points and have conceded 61 which is the least number of points conceded in the competition this season.

Oilers second loss of the season sees them drop to third on the log with 35 points.  Impala are fourth with 30 points after six wins.

Homeboyz on 29 and Nakuru with 27 close the top six on the log. Mwamba are just a point off the top six on the log. Kenya Harlequins have 12 while Blad and Nondies are tied at 11.

Kisumu and Western Bulls have no points.

ESS log courtesy/Kenya Cup

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